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Peacock-Eye Enamelled Necklace
Necklace comprising fourteen same size square copper plaques, each enamelled on the front in a peacock-eye design, then turned on to their corners and connected by a series of elongated brass links.
Centrally below is a matching single plaque, larger in size, forming the drop.
Counter enamelled on the back in a quieter shade of olive green, enabling the necklace to be worn either way round.
Fitted with a screw type fastener and measuring 52 cm in length.